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Definition of Fictitiousness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Fictitiousness
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1. A Treatise of Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental by David Hume (1890)
"That with him the * philosophical' relation of cause and effect is ' fictitious,' with all the fictitiousness of a ' continued existence distinct from ..."
2. Works of Thomas Hill Green by Thomas Hill Green (1894)
"That with him the ' philosophical' relation of cause and effect is ' fictitious,' with all the fictitiousness of a ' continued existence distinct from ..."
3. Reports of Cases Heard in the House of Lords on Appeals and Writs of Error by Richard Bligh, House of Lords, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1823)
"... and fictitiousness taken in the Freeholders' Court, and again at the election ... and fictitiousness.) Then it is declared, that if the persons objected ..."
4. Jamaica and the Colonial Office: Who Caused the Crisis? by George Edward Price (1866)
"A. All that I know respecting the fictitiousness of the prices charged in ... Q. Have you any knowledge of the fictitiousness of the tramway estimates as to ..."
5. The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah by Alfred Edersheim (1883)
"As regards the name Jairus, the supposed symbolism is inapt; while internal reasons are opposed to the hypothesis of its fictitiousness. ..."